Kim Reynolds is an alumna of The Branson School in Ross, California, Class of ’95. She attended Duke University, Class of ’99, where she ran Varsity Cross Country and Majored in English. She began her career at Goldman Sachs, an Investment Bank, in New York City. Following Goldman, she moved to Lehman Brothers.

Kim met Dipsea, a beautiful Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, in 2006 on Lexington Avenue, at the corner of 77th Street. It was love at first sight. At just eight weeks old, Dipsea moved into a humble New York City apartment with Kim and her sister Julie. On weekends, she enjoyed strolling through Central Park, and often could be spotted at a French Bistro, where she was of course, treated like royalty. In 2011, they made a move to the West Coast.  Dipsea came to work every day with Kim at a Start-Up in San Francisco.

Dipsea (pronounced Dip-Sea) is named after the oldest trail race in America, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful, scenic trails in the world. When Dipsea passed away in 2017, her ashes were spread over the 7 mile course, underneath the Redwood trees.  Kim hopes one day to be rescued by another Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In the meantime, she’s writing and trail running.